Tag Archives: Richard Feynman

Catching up

I have been too distracted to write much lately. This is partly due to the demoralising backdrop of UK politics, and partly because I have been having fun with physics and related matters. This is a quick catch up on … Continue reading

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All genius, all buffoon: 100 years of Richard Feynman

Audio documentary by Robin Ince and Trent Burton at the Cosmic Shambles network.

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Richard Feynman’s Centenary

Interview with Adam Rutherford on BBC Inside Science.

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Has physics cried wolf too often, or do false alarms help build understanding?

Mistakes are embarrassing, and getting over-excited about a statistical anomaly is silly. But these things happen, and the answer to building public confidence in science is not to pretend that they don’t Last week I wrote about a possible signal … Continue reading

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